Zhu Xianyuan | Vice Country Director, TOD and BRT Program
Xianyuan has been with ITDP since 2010, initially as transport specialist managing the BRT improvement and impact analysis in Guangzhou and Lanzhou and currently as the Deputy Director of ITDP China. As well as working for ITDP, she has worked as a consultant to Asian Development Bank, World Bank, and UN-Habitat funded urban transport projects in Asian, African and Oceanian cities. She has been managing sustainable development projects for the past 10 years in around 10 countries and over 20 cities, dealing with several topics, including urban mobility, urban development, child friendly city and communication. More recently, she has been involved in projects in Tianjin GEF TOD project, Penang sustainable urban mobility plan, Guangzhou East train station TOD project, and Lanzhou BRT impact analysis. Xianyuan holds a master’s degree in Transport Engineering from Shandong University, China, where she spent one year working in transport research center after finishing her degree.
Liu Shaokun | Vice Country Director, Greenways & Parking Program
Shaokun Liu is the Vice Country Director of ITDP-China, he has been promoting sustainable and equitable transportation in China, and was ITDP-China NMT, Greenway, Parking and TDM project team leader. Since 2009 He has been working on urban and sustainable transportation projects in several China cities. He has been worked as a consultant to Asian Development Bank and World Bank on many sustainable transportation projects in China, Malaysia, Philippines, Laos, Indonesia, Mongolia, etc., and has working on greenway planning & design in several cities in worldwide. He knows the challenges and opportunities for Greenway developing in China and South East Asia cities very well，and wrote the book “Urban Greenway System Optimum Design”.
Bi Lei | Operation Director
Bi Lei has been working for ITDP since 2009, initially as Administrative Assistant, Office Manager and now as Operation Director. She is in charge of all operation management work in both Guangzhou and Beijing offices, including finance and accounting, daily administration, human recourses and relationship with local partners. She is also involved in project bidding preparation and program fund management.
Li Wei | Chief Technical Officer, BRT & NMT Program
Li Wei is a senior traffic and transportation engineer. Her work has primarily focused on Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and non-motorized transport (NMT). As well as working for ITDP, she has worked as a consultant to Asian Development Bank, World Bank, and UN-Habitat funded urban transport projects in Asian, African and Oceanian cities. She was part of ITDP’s team working on the sustainable transport projects in Guangzhou, Yichang, Lanzhou, Jinan, Tianjin, Nanning, Guiyang, Jiuquan & Hetian, Ulaanbaatar, Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru & Penang, Jakarta & Medan, Vientiane, Manila, Suva and Cairo. Wei graduated from the South China University of Technology in 2005.
Deng Han | Innovative Transportation Project Manager
Deng Han is the Innovative Transportion Project Manager of ITDP China and a consultant of the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank who focuses on Urban Innovative Transportation, Non-motorized Traffic, Child-friendly City and Sustainable Transportation Policy. He has worked intensively on the sustainable transportation projects in Guangzhou, Beijing, Tianjin, Manila, Jakarta, Melaka, Peshawar, Guiyang, etc., and several research reports and planning guidelines, such as China Child-friendly City Blue Paper, Access for All-Guidance Note on Inclusive Street Design for Asia and the Pacific and China NMT Bluepaper. More than 30 relevant research findings were published in ITDP official website, China Daily, Financial Times, The City at Eye Level, BloombergNEF, etc.
He Kanghao | Transportation Engineer
Kanghao started his internship at ITDP Guangzhou office in June 2020 and officially joined ITDP China in Janurary 2021. He is currently part of the Tianjin TOD team and Jinan LEZ Team. He graduated from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and earned his honor degree of Bachelor of Science in civil engineering in May 2020. During his undergraduate studies. His research interests are in shared-mobility, micro-mobility and sustainable transportation. Kanghao enjoys cycling and walking around the city.
Li Jiewei | Intern
Jiewei is an intern at ITDP Guangzhou, currently participating NMT and decarbonization projects. Jiewei received a Bachelor of Engineering in Logistics Managemeng and Engineering at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) in 2017, and started working as a project manager since graduation. Jiewei will pursue his Master of Philosophy in Intelligent Transportation program at HKUST (Guangzhou) starting from September 2022.
Yu Weilong | Intern
Weilong is a senior undegraduate at South China Agricultural University majoring in Transportation Engineering, and now in his internship at ITDP Guangzhou office since December 2021. As a transport enthusiast and a native resident, he loves to discover the city through the newly opened transport service. He is now researching the application of the big data in traffic development.
Li Haiyu | Intern
A current master student in Public Management (Technology Innovation and Sustainability) at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Prior to joining the program, she worked for Toyota in promoting new energy vehicles and new mobility services in China and Japan, with comprehensive understandings of personalized mobility demands and the development of the automobile industry. Her research interests are based on promoting people-oriented transport policy planning, including mobility equity, travel happiness and sustainable transportation.
Chen Ruizhe | Intern
Chenin is an undergraduate student majoring in landscape architecture at Hainan University. During the school, he has extensively dabbled in multi-disciplinary knowledge, including geography, ecology, history, architecture, planning, transportation, graphic design, computer, psychology, philosophy of aesthetics, etc. He advocates interdisciplinary cooperation and practice and is committed to nature based solution, urban and rural planning, architecture and urban development history, living streets, smart cities, etc. Currently, he is involved in big data analysis and project research at ITDP.
Hu Qianqian | Intern
Bachelor's degree in Forestry from Anhui Agricultural University and master’s degree in Urban Design from Cardiff University. She focused on social equity and research on urban morphology under TOD during her postgraduate studies.
Li Shanshan | Vice Country Director, Urban Planning and Sustainable Transportation
Shanshan Li is the Vice Country Director of ITDP-China. She joined ITDP since 2009 with a master degree on Transportation Engineering, and currently she is leading ITDP Beijing office. She has been working on urban planning and sustainable transportation projects, and accumulated a lot of experience and knowledge on planning, design, and implementation of BRT, NMT and TOD projects. She has been worked as a consultant to Asian Development Bank and World Bank on many sustainable transportation projects in China and Asian cities. She worked as a project manager on Yichang BRT and NMT planning, design, implementation and operation project (Yichang BRT system opened at July, 2015, and won 2016 Sustainable Transportation Award), and she worked intensively on the sustainable transportation projects in Guangzhou, Lanzhou, Vientiane, Tianjin, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Jakarta, Johor Bahru, and etc.
Lu Qiuyang | Transportation Engineer
Qiuyang joined ITDP as a Transport Engineer in February 2021. She is specialized in transport demand modeling, public policy, logistics and supply chain management, and data analytics. She graduated from an intercollegiate master’s program on Transport from Imperial College London and University College London in 2020. She also holds two bachelor’s degrees on Business Management (Logistics and Operations) from Cardiff University and Transportation from Dalian Maritime University. Her current projects include electric-bikes management and vehicle electrification. She aims to promote sustainable transport practice in China to other countries in the world, as well as introduce the foreign experience to China.